Category Archives: Conversions

The One True Gospel is Preached to the Unbeliever as well as the Believer

The one true gospel is the Mashiach, Yeshua of Nazareth, died for our sins (all people of all generations of all nations) according to the Old Testament, He was buried and He rose again the third day according to the … Continue reading

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Roger Williams (c. 1603 – between January and March 1683)

Beloved, if you have read this blog you know I have looked into and written about men said to have a reputation as followers of the Mashiach. Is the one true gospel declared in their life? Is their conversion in harmony with the … Continue reading

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Absolutely no partiality with the children of grace! Not tolerated!

Beloved, we have sinned greatly against the Lord. Let me introduce you to a Christian man you probably know not much of. He was born and raised a slave on the East Shore of the Chesapeake Bay (Maryland) in the early … Continue reading

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The end of the matter on conversions and men of reputation

All understanding comes through the Old Testament as it prophesies of the Mashiach, Yeshua of “Nazareth”, death for our  sins, His burial and His resurrection the third day. Beloved, I have examined the life and writings of many men of … Continue reading

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The Will of God, the Spirit of God, Grace, the Spirit of God and Baptism

All understanding comes from the writings of the prophets (Old Testament or Tanach: they are one and the same) in light of the Mashiach’s death for our sin, His burial and His resurrection the third day. The Law and the … Continue reading

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Billy Graham (Nov 7, 1918 to present)

Commentators comments in italic (http://tonyclark.org/ham.html) and my comments in bold: William “Billy” H. Graham was born in Charlotte, North Carolina on November 7, 1918 . Graham’s father, Frank Graham was raised in a strong Methodist tradition, and was experientially saved as … Continue reading

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Moredecai Ham (1877-1961)

From a commentary (http://tonyclark.org/ham.html) on Mordecai Ham in italics, and my comments in bold. In order to better understand how experiential salvation (Experiential salvation means that there was a specific time or an experience when God gave grace by His will … Continue reading

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